Our morning trip starts at around 8:30, where we will head to the Duden Falls National Park in Antalya, which is located 15 km outside the city. Stroll through the beautiful garden, listen to the sound of water falling from the waterfalls, breathe in the clean air blended with pine trees and enjoy the wonderful atmosphere. The Duden waterfall is 15 meters high and 20 meters wide, and behind the waterfall is a natural cave where you can enter and enjoy the spectacular view from the back of the streaming waterfall.
You will then return to Antalya to enjoy a one-hour boat tour from the old harbor to take you to the breathtaking Carboskalderan Waterfall, also known as the lower Duden Waterfall. This captivating view is where mountain spring water reaches its final destination before infiltrating the Mediterranean from a height of 30 meters. Once again, the boat sails along the coast on the way back to the harbor, and the journey continues with lunch at a local restaurant with panoramic views of the Gulf of Antalya and the Taurus Mountains.
After lunch there will be free time from an hour to an hour and a half to explore the old town (Kaligye). The landmarks there include Hadrian’s Gate, Clock Tower, Kesik Minaret, and the city walls dating back to the 2nd century AD. The narrow cobbled streets of the Kaleici Strait are a great place to explore many interesting shops, art galleries and museums, and you can stop at one of the many cafes there for a refreshing drink.
Meeting / Meeting Place: You will be picked up from the hotel.